Cops in Milledgeville, Georgia, were called to an elementary school where a kindergarten child was misbehaving. At the end of the incident the six year old was placed in a squad car with her hands cuffed behind her back. She was transported from the school to the police station.
She is charged with assault and property damage. Apparently there was some ‘to do’ in the school principal’s office where Salecia Johnson was crying and having a temper tantrum. She had pulled down a shelf and it struck the school principal so he called the cops.
According to the press release prepared by administrative spokesperson, Geneva Braziel, the little girl had a long list of crimes
"The student’s behavior included pushing several other students;
running away from the school staff; slamming chairs around the school office; climbing up and
knocking over a bookcase; knocking pictures off the wall; scribbling over the walls and door;
and injuring a school employee."
Apparently this pint sized criminal couldn’t be restrained in her crime spree by the constable who attended the scene. He was forced to corral the perp with cuffs behind her back.
Tags: crime, kindergarten, police, temper tantrum